British Afghan death toll hits 100


This video from Britain is called Stop The War Protest March 15 2008 London Compilation.

From British daily The Guardian:

Three British soldiers were killed in a suicide attack in southern Afghanistan yesterday, taking the number of UK military personnel killed in the country since 2001 to 100, the vast majority over the past two years. A fourth soldier was injured.

British daily The Independent on this:

The grim milestone was expected but poignant, nevertheless, and raised fresh questions about a seemingly unending war with a rising toll of lives.

See also here. And here.

From the Stop the War Coalition in Britain:

Protest at Bush visit – 1pm, Parliament Square, 15 June

War criminal George Bush will visit London during his European tour next month. He is expected on 15 June.

Stop the War is planning a protest in London on that day against Bush and his war policies, and against the British government‘s continuing support for his wars.

See also here.

1 thought on “British Afghan death toll hits 100

  1. Pingback: Blair’s Iraq and Afghanistan wars | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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